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Known as the Cradle of Liberty, Boston is home to top-rated attractions, world-famous museums and pristine natural beauty. From historic and entertaining trolley tours to lush green landscapes at Boston Public Garden, you'll find no shortage of exciting things to do and see in Boston. Plan ahead and purchase your tickets online to make the most of your time in the city.

Boston CityPASS

Buy a CityPASS to save up to 46% during your trip to Boston. Avoid lengthy ticket lines while visiting the city's top-rated attractions. Explore hands-on exhibits at the Museum of Science, see incredible marine creatures at the New England Aquarium, take in panoramic views at the Skywalk Observatory, see the renowned collection of masterpieces at the Museum of Fine Arts and choose between two additional Boston attractions. Perfect for weekend getaways or extended vacations, save time and money while getting full access to the best attractions that Boston has to offer.

Boston Tours by Land

Don't miss out on any of Boston's famous sites. Take a guided tour of the city to learn all about its fascinating history. From entertaining trolley tours to historic pub crawls, you'll see the best of the city without worrying about parking.

Boston Old Town Trolley Tour

Climb aboard Old Town Trolley Tours of Boston for a hop-on, hop-off sightseeing adventure. The trolley makes 20 stops at the most popular points of interest throughout the city, including Fenway Park, the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum, Faneuil Hall and more. You'll also have the option to spread your tour out over 2 days if you need more time to see the sights.

The Freedom Trail Walking Tour

Boston's famous 2.5-mile Freedom Trail is truly a walk through history. Along the trail, you'll find highlights such as Boston Common, Old South Meeting House, the Boston Massacre Site, Paul Revere's House, The Old North Church and the USS Constitution, among many other historic places. Learn about the American Revolution and the establishment of a new nation during a guided walking tour of the Freedom Trail.

Boston Ghosts and Gravestones Tour

Ready to see the spooky side of Boston's past and present? Step aboard the Trolley of the Doomed on a Ghosts and Gravestones Haunted Tour of Boston. Your 17th century gravedigger guide will tell stories of Boston's most infamous ghosts and supernatural sightings as you visit a number of historic places throughout the city. Gain access to two of the oldest burying grounds in Boston, including Copp's Hill Burying Ground and the Granary Burying Ground. You'll see the final resting places of American heroes such as John Hancock, Paul Revere and Samuel Adams on this frightening, fun and informative tour.

Boston Tours by Water

Trusted Tours offers discounts on a variety of Boston lunch and dinner cruises that allow you to enjoy a nice meal while witnessing the city's skyline from the water. A few of our favorite Boston water tours include:

Whale Watching Cruise

See New England's famous whales up close on the New England Aquarium Whale Watching Cruise narrated by professional researchers. On this 3-hour excursion available from March 29th through November 23rd, you'll ride in comfort aboard a high-speed catamaran to witness the power and beauty of New England's whales. The vessel is equipped with outside decks for optimum viewing and a climate-controlled cabin featuring a fully stocked galley.

Boston Duck Tours

Cruise around Boston by land and water on a famous Boston Duck Tour. Dive into fun aboard a WWII-style amphibious vehicle that takes you from the city streets to the Charles River without missing a beat. Knowledgeable tour guides narrate the tour and offer fascinating insights into Boston's rich history. You'll see many of the most famous landmarks and neighborhoods in the city, including Boston Common, Beacon Hill, the Museum of Science, Trinity Church, the Boston Public Library and much more.

Boston Harbor Sunset Dinner Cruise

Take in awe-inspiring views of the Boston Harbor as you sail on this exciting 2-hour dinner cruise. The voyage takes you as far north as the Mystic River and as far south as Castle Island, so you'll enjoy the best views of Boston from the water. Complete with 3 climate-controlled interior decks, a large outdoor patio and panoramic views of the sunset, you'll feast on a delicious dinner buffet and dance to music by professional DJs.

"Must Visit" Boston Attractions

Trusted Tours offers discount tickets for must-see Boston attractions and specialty tours. While you're in the city, shop and dine at Faneuil Hall Marketplace, witness an underwater world at the New England Aquarium, climb aboard authentically restored tall ships and more. Learn about the most popular things to do in Boston.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Faneuil Hall Marketplace is home to 49 shops, 18 restaurants and pubs, 44 pushcarts and more. Founded in 1742, the hall is now a hub of Boston shopping and dining. Explore unique shops and eateries while relaxing just steps away from the waterfront. You'll also find street performers and artists filling the cobblestone promenades outside Faneuil Hall.

New England Aquarium

The New England Aquarium houses 3 species of penguins, lionfish, leafy sea dragons, a giant Pacific octopus, Northern fur seals, California sea lions, Atlantic harbor seals and many more fascinating creatures. Stop by the aquarium's touch tank to interact with cownose rays, epaulette sharks and Atlantic rays up close. Visitors also enjoy spotting Myrtle, the 500-pound green sea turtle, in the aquarium's Giant Ocean Tank, where she has lived since 1970.

Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum

Have a revolutionary experience at the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum, where you can throw tea overboard on authentically restored tea ships, watch the multi-sensory documentary "Let It Begin Here" and sample pastries at Abigail's Tea Room. Join the Patriots on a 1-hour guided tour of the museum's many interactive exhibits and historic artifacts. Perfect for all ages, a visit to the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum is one of the top things to do in the city for history buffs.

Boston Public Garden

Part of Boston's Emerald Necklace of beautiful public parks, the Boston Public Garden is nestled in the heart of the city adjacent to Boston Common. It has been featured in several famous works of literature, including E.B. White's novel The Trumpet of the Swan and Robert McCloskey's famous children's book Make Way for Ducklings. Take a ride on the garden's swan boats, explore the pristine greenery and relax on sunny days.

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